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d' ;.VOLUME IV.. STARKE, FLORIDA APRIL 19, 1898. NUMBER 45. .

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<'..Official' Directories.. COUNTY HAPPENINGS Mr. and Mrs. Thomas 'Man STILL A DELAY. .ber 407, most I of them being FLORIDAtATTERS!!
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+" .-- ning are with their mother, young men who have offered

.If.,, ', ,. ';. STATE.. -- Mrs. Hugh Williams for the their services in the Spanish _

?. :=, Governor.'Wm. D. Bloxham. ITEMS, -OF LOCAL ANDGENERALINTEREST. Senate Votes for CubanIndependence. EVENTS AND TOPICS OF'THE
in of Some
? Secretary of State, J. L.Ci awford. summer. The army case war. WEEK 1-

,' Comptroller, W. Reynolds, Mrs. John Beck and little women and children are included .' *.
:ft} Tjviisurer. J. B. WhItf 'id. is. '
%" Aftoruey-Geueral. Win. Limar.Coranileslouer Gleaned by Our Able Regular Correspondents. daughter, Grace, left'on Tuesday as they are a part of Gathered From Oar State Exchange
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( of Agriculture, L. D. n *" '" .
the colony. It is said that the
:--- WombxvelU Lnwtcy. i for Savannah, Ga., their The Difference Between the Two Houses '
.. Superintendent of Public ,Instruc- home. hostility to Spanish residentsin Mr. Berry, of Columbia, .
-- ,k Col. T. E. 33ugg of Starke future
'; UMU, 'v. N. Sheats. Will be Settled at Once. '
,c that locality has. become sawmill -
putting up a new ac
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SUPREM& COURT. in the Wednesday -
was city on Mr. Ben.Tillis will make his r
Chief Justice, B. F.'Taylwr.: Other Late War News as Furnished marked of late. LaCrosse.
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Juitlcer Milton H M-bray, F. B"Carter. legal business.Mr. home in Hawthorn for the sum
,.. I by the Associ The Consul and Vice Consul,
.. r COUNTY. T. J. Burrin, has just mer. He will be head clerk in! sled Press.WASIIIXGTOX with two associates will One thousand. negro soldiersare
... remain -
State Senator A. Crosby. erected a new meat market next U. P. Tillis' store. April 16.- now stationed in Key West
Representatives, L, D. Wall! and :E. at Tampa. the 25th of
regiment
;: _' 'P. Ward. to Fisher Bros'. store. The Library society,met,at The United States has spoken.Its SUMMARY OF THE SITUATION AS comprising t
':. Tax Collector. J..C. Byrd.! f U. S.jcavarly.
:;- Tax Assessor,"W. J. Epperson.. .' Mr.\ Frank Gongar has just the home of the Vice Presidentlast [ voice.is for war-war until COMPILED BY THE TIMES- .

-'z ,Treasurer Clerk of Circuit E. S. Court Matthews., Cu!. W. F. erected a large tobacco barn to Tuesday and a very pleas- the saffron flpg of Spain shall UNION AND CITIZEN. ,Dr. J. P. Julian, of, Lake

Weeks. cure his large tobacco crop. \ ant as well* as instructive eve- have been furled in the Western The most important news in City, has sold over $200 worth

Sheriff, S.B.Denmark. furled for- of cabbage this season from a
ning was passed. Hemisphereand connection with the Spanish-
K.
County Surveyor, B. J Eney. W. F. Hobson has returned
Superintendent: of 1'ublic lu&truc- Its voice too is for the half acre patch.
ever. American affair is the report of
., --lion. F. D. Sbell. from a trip.. to England. He :Mr. Hugh Williams and fam-
County Judge, J. R. Richard. ily have returned from Tampa independence ofthe: infant the London Times correspondent One hundred men were at
fine bull
Brought back a dog.
Justice of the Peace for District
of the Gem' of the
republic to the effect that the Span work the fortifications at
No. 0, Geo. A. Gardiner. where they have been in the on
County Comm i issioners Julhre Tum- Four fights were indulged in .Antilles.
ish' Cabinet.has definitely and : Anastasia island opposite St. -
hotel business for the ,
hn, Dr. E. A. Todd, M. N. BUnton, ,, past
r -J. J. Crexyi, D. W. Clyatt '. here on Tuesday night.' Theyhad eighteen'months. Their many "Free Cuba and theindep'endence irrevocably decided to combatto Augustine Saturday.
o' imbibed too freely'' of "
of the Island republic
the utmost and
principle
upon
friends welcome them home.
-, CITY. The Sunny South is the
.:'. :Mayor, A.T.. von Kirn. "tangle-foot, so were incarcerated was shibboleth of the Senate any effort on the part of
Clerk. George Gardinler.Asaessor1' for the night in an ice W. B. Ennis has sold his throughout the four days of this at intervention. name of a new weekly paper
... country
: W. Sweat. which will be
published, at
stock of general] .merchandise to .
Treasurer E. P. Duiuan.Marshal car to cool off.Fortyone debaete that ended to-day. Denial is also made of the report -
J. P. Benuet. Mr. Pike Holstein. Mr. Ennis Miami in the near future. .
Night Policy, J N. .Jon*s. Armour refrigerator While the verdict returned was that,Spain would accept ,

.. '',:'" Aldermen, F. R. .Morgan Edward I IJ cars of strawberries have will leave in''a few(weeks for decisive. it is just to say that it intervention as planned tinder J. J.Kearne, a farmer livinga
1 \, Middletun. J. M. Truby.t N. W. Hack- ,
Braidentown. We
.. are few miles from Kissimmee
sorry final. Notes of dis : ,
not
ett and J. W. Hicks been shipped from here this sea- was the House resolution. If these
? to lose Mr. and .Mrs. Ennis. cord almost in made thirty-one barrels: of
son up to Tuesday, besides, refrigerator foreboding reports, which come from reliable -
Church Director They will be greatly missed in This from one acre of cant
their sounded. syrup
tone
boxes and a car of were men, are true, then the .

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.* I'rajermeetiiif every. Wednesday each day. They have netted '" "*, sense to anxiety about the- re- will, according to Madrid advices The work of fortifying thc
7.1t'ulock Sunday
school evening cvijry! Sunday at ]. inoitring at 1)) $3.r i0> per bushel. Picnics are the order of the sult of the impending! conflict.It be a sufficient cause for town of Miami was started.>t t
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o'clock. day now. On Tuesday the prompted by a fear, lest, war.The week. Two: *ten inch and two

' Baptist, Her. G. "..L itncr, pastor.Seryjoas Lake Butler. Episcopal Sunday School had if the action taken by the Senate Senate and the Houseare eight inch will
rajplaced.
2nd and 41 h Sunday. guns
every G. F. Kelly made a business now upon the verge of a .
1'rayermeetiug liursday I even their Easter egg hunt whichwas should ultimately be acceptedas at that place. '.
.1 log; at 7 o'clock. Sunday fcchoul every trip to Lake City Saturday.T. i deadlock. Speaker Reed, after a '
Sunday morning at 9:3J o'clock. very interesting and novel finalthis Government might rallying the Republicans to, Steps are being taken to'mine

) LlethodlHt nt" ". .1. A. Ileiulry, pas. B. Hartig made a flying the "grown up" children a swell become involved in complications -, stand by the Administration in

r o tor. Services every Sunday: morning visit to Valdosta, Ga., Sun- as the smaller ones, enjoyed that, in future years, its objection to a declaration of ', the harbor entrance at- .
r aud evening. Prayernn-etlng every Tampa, and to protect th r
Wednesday evening i at1 7 ieloek.Sunday da v.V. it. The afternoon was spent would prove serious.At Independence, has expressed
school<*very Sundaymorn- confidence that the House will channels, leading to Port Tampa:
r ing at 9:30 o'clock.Episcopal Mr. Archie McLeod. of Ha- fishing and rowing. Mr. Men] 0:10 o'clock to-night the not concur, but it is not certain and to TampaC.

= Her. F. P. ITolcman, gan, was in the city Saturdayon Rice very kindly offered, his Davis resolutions-those reported that the House will dot adopt
trlergyntsiincharge.: Services \"NY2ud boat his steam launch from committee W. Hackett, chairman of
row and .the on
$( aud 4th Sunday afterno.m ao 3'30t ; business.. f the Senate measure, and it is
t o'clock. Sunday school every Sunday "Ethelvhich were"gladly ac- foreign relations, amended so stated that the Republican extremists the j New York state republican
afternoon o'clock.. Mr W. S. Newson, of Providence '
t cepted. All pronounced the as to include the recogniton of are giving the Powers executive committee, dir.d

Christian, no pastor at present. was in the "Central much concern. The tone 'of the from a stroke of apoplexy at-;
.
I'rayenueeiing every "Wednesdayve day a success.Unhealthy A the Republic of Cuba-were
City" Saturday and Snnday. Senate is said to be firm against
'.ing nt 7 o'clock. Sunday tchoolvery Plataka last Saturday.The .
passed by a"ote of 67 to 21 as
Sunday morning at X9:30 u'- Only in Towns.A conceding to the House an
',. clocSc. :Miss Maude Arnold is spending a substitute for the resolution amendment striking out the independence Georgia Soni<*ru & Florida -
*he week with her friend Cuban informs The Metropolis : -
the House of Representatives.
: -'' Lodges. accepted by I clause. Railroad Company hav
:Miss Essie Linire, Worthing-- that it is not so un- 1 The situation is one indicat-
of Ir.ul
Stance Lodge No. 3,1, K of P. meets purchased a large tract
.. ton. healthy on that island as many ing some days of debate. \
and,111
every Thursday 7 p. m.- DIFFERENCES TO BE ADJUSTEDAT near White Springs,
1 :':;-: h W. E. IK'NCAX,'C. C, Americans sjuppose. It is onlyin ONCE.WASHINGTON Troops continue to move,
Mr.\ J. McCranie of "snmme.re
Hampton
arrange a regular -
+'.. J, R, Dui Ia, K.,of R. aud S. Havana. where disease exists. 17.- new vessels are being boughtand
):; Bradford Lodgeo.. 42, .F. t A. M.,
Out in the rural districts it is
.. The difficult task of adjustingthe
' .': meeting every Thursday before the relatives: in the "Central City"Saturday. formation, and, altogether, D. F. Mitchell a prominent
3rd Sunday 7 in. : as healthy as it is in the United ,
p. differences between the two there is no abatement in the ac-
.
\V. F. MALPUCRS W. M.AV. citizen of South Jacksonviller ,
i :" N. MEACIUM. Sec. States., Even Havana, says,our houses of Congress on the tive preparation for war, which
;,; The young .people enjoyed a informant the statistics collected even the Madrid now has recently purchased a largo
Cuban resolutions will to- papers
May Lodge :Xo. W, I. O. O. F., meets begin
_ ;.: every Tuesday 7::SO p. m. "* delightful fringing at the residence for several years past show morrow. The rock which concede to be almost inevitable. tract of land near Cfarksvilta[ ,
upon
:" L. W. KICKUTUS, N. O. OL Mrs. Perraenter,Saturday for the of producing
>- "". N. MKACUAM isec. that the mortality reaches onlyan the two houses have split is the purpose

.,;. __ night annual average of 33 percent recognition of the independence The Bond Issue, camphor gum. He now has

.PROFESSIONAL F. less than that of 500 trees panted, and will en-
and
0 DIRECTORY. Messrs. R. L. Kelly, Naples of the existing republic, There will be a war. A war

i """ : I A. Andrews, who have been 'Rio de Janeiro, Santiago de which was incorporated in the means a bond issue. And a large. that number at an early '

\ J.L.. (1ASKJNS, M. D., attending the Stanley Business Chile, Valparaiso, etc., and in Senate's resolution. Were bond issue means an unreturn- date. *

...PHYSICIAN AND ] Thomasville Ga.: the province it is 29.8. In the mother of the
:' SURGEON College at that clause of the Senate's ing golden opportunity to remove The superior

,_ STARK;, FLA. '. returned home Friday night.' other provinces the mortalityis resolutions eliminated nothing the popular prejudice Convent of Mary Immaculate*

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Office al_CasUa'd( Drug Store, I; Wnldo. f greater could have prevented im against "bondholders." at Key West Corn-

Havana ; in' the province of mediate concurrence, as the Issue tire loan in 3 cent mender
I Waldo Hicks has per ,
; k. se OTT. M. D, Master, snap-
: .A. :I Santiago de Cuba, only Santiago great majority of Republicansof bonds of $50 each. Offer it to ago and offered to place the
.. in-the market.
...PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON .. beans .
.Gnantanamo and Man- school buildings
4 I the-lower branch of Congressare the people. by opening subscription convent and two -

,- STAIIKE-, FLA. The Misses Deane expect to' zanillo are as unhealty asHavana eager for a conclusion. But books in all parts of at the disposal- of the* '

Ofllje Gaskin's Drug Store. I leave for Virginia soon.: ; the interior, on the the action of the Senate, declaring the country.Let United States Government, to

-0 I*. STEWARt M... D., x The Epworth League has six:I other hand, is very salubrious. i for the recognition of the masses become be used as a hospital, incase of
4
'., : '. members to receive next-Sun The fear of Cuba comes from Cuba's independence againstthe "bondholders." Let our small war with Spain, and offeringthe
EYE EAR, HOSE AND THROATSTAKKE ,- the existence there of
yellow the sisters
** day. direct and specific recom- farmers, our artisans our services: of as

; _, FLA. 'f'l. : fever, and could this disease be mendation of the President, has savings-bank depositors, havea nurses. Commander Foraytha .
Masters
and Miss .
Office at 8urk. Drug Cu.T :1 :I II I Mrs. A. G. eradicated there would be little given the conservatives a: rally "stake": in the Government, laid the matter before Com

I Sue Tillis drove up to Hampton they' have in England, in
else to dread. The as '
,. ATE POWELL, M D.. \ : I I sanitary cry from _the standpoint of mander-in-Chief Sampson.. ..
in the other countriesof
Tuesday. France
I on ,
PHYSICIAH AND SURGEON..... .,..,. condition'of Havana Is very party loyalty, which proved Europe where wise statesman- A question having arisen as -
.
Mr O. B. Weeks and Miss
and disease
STARKE, FLA. poor, consequently very effective to-day. ship has perceived the value of to the right of. transfer of

w Grace Deane drove.up to..Gaines is the penalty. One of the SPANISH* SUBJECTS LEAVING this guarantee of stability and *
Over thirty )"euexperlcnCf: la Diseases ot license from one person to an- -
Women and Children. Office StaikeDni ville on Thursday. hopes js that this may be improved TA2IPA.WASHINGTON conservatism..
Company. m other where} business hasbeen
'" There was a C. E. social at 'after the war, so that it April 17.- It is not right that rich .
: sold the following opinion
tlm'i J. O. HAYXES, : stand syndicates should get the exclusive .
the residence of Mrs. Ham- may not always: as a The Spanish :Minister, Senor
benefit of this safest of from Comptroller Reyiioldslwill
.
DENTISTSTARKE : I menace to the health of the
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Y FLORIDA. mond on" Thursday eve.. United States, as it has for the Polo y Bernahe, to-day closeda "all investments., It is right, it throw the desired light on-

btreet.1 The Mite social will be at the past'c ntnry. It is.yery'evident: charter for an American is just it' is prudent that the the subject. Under his ruling

Office at residence on South : localaaaslhcUcx. that Spain will never improvethe steamer of the Plant Line, masses .who. >ear the _brudens,
Teeth extracted. painlesslsbymea!$of residence of Mrs. A. Jolly on the transfer is not .admissible., .
All l lands of dental work done at who the taxes should have
/
: sanitary condition olHavana. -which will practicallY'theutire pay ;
carry
reasonable charge "
Tuesday evening, he 19th., Metropolis. the chance .to invest their Mr. Reynolds says: : .Underthe
of Tam-
Spanish colony
'rnHOS-E.lit Go. j Mr. and "Mrs. McLenna of ,saving in the obligation of law, which provides.as .fol-
Fla. Havana "'" -*
Attorney and Counsellor at LawrSTARKE ; Jackson, S.
FLA. : mother, Mrs Hugh Williams. robbed last week, the robbers making The press of the entire country transferred, with the .approvalof .
Minister ,assurances that should take this matter
gave up the' 7ilh. tho
securing about $1000. The Comptroller,
CCcu.t Residence nailery:: Street and it the President
r. R in case of hostilities the steamer ; urge upon '
.I ., work was done while the postmaster business for which they. .., were '
.Jlosedale] would cleared from Havana antI the Congress.This ._ -
the be
ENSEY.: Wednesday -
..... there is
R. CIVIL ENGINEER.: -- was at breakfast. will be the people'swar. taken out, where u

-SURVEYOR,. school closed> .with' a *very" -inter. ; given ample protection, Let the people supply bona fide sale and<< transfer o(

COUNTY estlng program and picnic.din O.A.S-rOn.I.A. and. allowed, to return to an the money to carry it on. Let ,the property use awl, ni- ,

Z'rotknat: Drawing.: BluPrintln! ?. Jj'Stl.atet ner. .Quite_ Ji-party from. W11tin : 11"10.'..... Ti! g-Baaaoats. !: Ent.I.! American> port. the people have ,OOt tlip goads' i? P ved. i injh" t l(e tta' Ms .sto. k;
of work Tnralsi el oa nppUeRUan.. .' I ,.. .'
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Florida SemiWeekly Advocate. State S. 'JS. Convention. Resolutions-Jno.no. A..Hughes, '.Bladder Troa&Ses. 1

Special Correspondence.) Starke ,J.; C. Carter, Dade '. ... '- .. : ::
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PUBLISHED TUESDAYS ANI FRIDAYSAT The Florida State Sunday City ; Rev. :Mr. Blitch, Seville. The bladder was, created: for: one

,.- -' School. Convention. convened Press-Rev AV. F. Hundleyand purpose, namely' a receptacle for 1uuuwlxum.nimntuux mcmmnamnrff w..ww., .

# STARK. FLORIDA. Monday, April 11th, in ,the ; J. A. Hughes. *the urine, and as such it is not liable CASTO RIA-
to 'form of disease except
Presbyterian I church at Gaines- After the reading of reports any
'catered a.t the postofflce at Starke Florida, *. '" by one .of two ways. The first
as second-class mall matter. Prof. Hamill his fond
gave s For Infants and Children.
ville.At way is from imperfect action of
2 :30 p., m. a song service r,lecture., Subject, Gospel, -ofIathew. '
is
ONE DOLLAR A YEAR. the kIdneys. The second way
was conducted by Prof. Wm.J. !\ from careless local treatment of The Kind You Have
flJk
TEXAS B. ,HODGES, Kirkpatrick, of Philadel- The afternoon session opened other. diseases.
.... .
., EDITOR AND PROPRIETOR. phia. Under his able leadership with the usual song service SAMPLE SENT TREE. Always Bought ,

,; the congregation joined after which Rev. C. E. Powell Unhealthy-urine from unhealthy A1'egetablePreparaticmfofAsslmilating -

Advertising Kates. heartily in the singing. The delivered an earnest and eloquent kidneys is the chief cause of blad- ula-

Our advertising rates-will be unreasonable President called upon John A. address upon "How to der troubles. It corrects frequentcalls ling Stoners and" Bears the

,-.--#-_ .- ....."._r.paper.al consistent It Is the with purpose keeping of the up a''publisher good news-to Hughes, of Starke, to offer study our Bible.'1- inability to hold urine and

Issue a clean attractive newspaper with only prayer. Then in a few 'words After the address of Mr. scalding or stinging paia in passing .. _._._ SignatureomotesTliestionClleerful
such a proportion of advertisements as will the President of the Convention it, or bad effects'following use -
Insure that all will be seen and read and none Powell ll Mrs., Bishop, of Pr <<
.
buried behind a mass of others Rates will Rev. E. W. ,Way, Pastorof Calvary Baptist Church, New of liquor, wine or beer, and overcomes tJ2ssandBest.Cofltains neither of
be uniform and will be made known on appli ::: that unpleasant necessity sumMo hinenorl: KmuaL
cation. the Presbyterian church of York City, delivered on address :. of being compelled to get up Nor NAHC OTIC.ftpperasmf ,

Gainesville, introduced Prof. upon primary work which was many times during'the night to -.
Representatives of all the Hamill of Jacksonville Ill. urinate. The mild and extraordi-
very interesting. At the close of aaroun-s Z
'Jffc t of Dr. Kilmer's
Swamp-
princpal railroads in Florida who delivered of his nary P-iD. SalR.a 4
one masterly Mrs. Bishop's able address, loot: is soon realized. It stands <"\

appeared' before the State Rail. normal lessons. After a Mrs. F. P. Gaffney, of-Ocala, the highest for its wonderful cures dL. 6i&b

road. Commission last week few words of greeting he turned asked that we organize a primary of the most: distressing cases. If IMI I Th e

with various documents you need a medicine you should dad .
against the Convention into
a great big Union. She called upon
have the best. At druggisth SOds
the reduction of passenger normal Bible class. His subject Mrs. Bishop for some remarks, and $1. You may have a sample K.I n d

rates. The Commission took was the New Testament; which were given. bottle and pamphlet, both sent Apcrfcct Itemed/for Constipation a"

the documents under consideration dividing it into the books-the Rev. Wm Shaw, J. free by mail upon receigt of three WormsConvulsions.fcverish.Sour StoinactuDiarrhoea,
af H. 2-cent
stamps to cover cost of
and will shortly settle the writers, the times and places, Hughes, Mr. Carter and II. C. postage on the bottje. Mentionthe ness endLoss.. OF SLEEP. You Have-

matter for a time at least. and the purpose. For an hour Groves were called upon and Florida SemiWeekly Advocateand Tac Simile Signature of

.. he held the close attention of addressed the Convention. I send your address to Dr, Kil /
In view met & Co.. Binghajnpton N. Y. Always Bought.
of the fact : an ,
says his class] by his earnest words "Blessed be the Tie" was sung The proprietor of this NEW YORK.EXACT .
paper guar- R
exchange, that: the Jews haveno and the wise of the black- A '
use and benediction pronounced by antees the genuineness ofthis offer.
civil rights in Spain are not t t
board. After and bene-
a song Pastor Hughes.The Special Notice.
permitted to erect and maintain diction the Convention adjourned CASTDRIA.
evening session was large The office: of the FLORIDA SEMIWEEKLY -
houses 'of worship there, ;and to meet at 7 p.. ra ly attended to see the pictures ADVOCATE is now equippedfor "W\7HABPEB,
exist in the kingdom only] a s .
When the Convention reassembled displayed by Rev. Wm Shaw. first-class job printing as it THE CCrfTAUn COMPANY NEW"'O""CITY.
aliens, it must be galling to the ::._ ,-..::_, ;Eo ".- .- 'h ,": i. -- _,;" -_ __.-_:- ,, -.;
Prof. Kirkpdtrick con- The pledges and cash for the has never been before. We have

Spaniards to know that the ducted service of song. .The next year's work amounted to added to"its equipment in this department -

judge advocate of the Maine choirs of the various churcheshad to $430.00. Wednesday a. m., new presses, new type,
court of inquiry: LieutenantCommand and line of suitable -
combined and the singingwas a stationary EORPI'RSTOLASS
service
Song at 8 ::30. At 9:30:
erMarix, is a Jew.I to any kind of work. We can
inspiring as the audience the convention visited the E.
print anything required and guar- JOB PRINTING

was reading: an advertisement sang with much spirit. An F. S., ,and WCJ.e; entertainedby antee to turn out work that will
earnest was offered by please the most fastidious andcritical" BRING YOUR WORK TO THE OFFICE OF THE
prayer
the
of Chamberlin's Colic, Cholera young ladies in their It

and Diarrhoea Remedy in .the Rev. Mr. Hanye, Pastor of the drills with dumbbells and elsewhere of: for patrons.your work Don't, but send giveus FLORIDA m'SEMIWEEKLY'ADVOCATE

Worcester Enterprise recently Methodist church of North indiain clubs ; and the cadets an opportunity to show you [.

whiclrFeads me to tfrite this. I Gainesville. with a drill on the campus. what we can give yu in qualityand -

can truthfully say I 1 ever sedan S After another song Rev. W. The visitors were much pleased prices. X WE PRINT

Jemedyequal: to it for cole and F. Hundley, Pastor of the Bap by the courtesy. Take To Cascarets Cure Constipation, rorerer.
Candy Cathartic. JOe Or 2j(;
diarrhoea. I have never' had ,to tist church was introduced to On the reassembling of the If C. C.C.fall to cure druggists refund money I I CARDS, I r TAGS, 1\

use more than one (,r two "
r reports com Cml1y'CathnrLle, cure constipation forever.10c 4
cure the worst case with myself or and masterful way delivered mittees and business occupied .zY.: :. It C.C.C.tail,druggists refund money... riCKETS, I"1 BLANKS, :'f
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'children.-W. A. Stroud, Popo- an address of welcome to the the time. ENVELOPES CIRCULARS, :

moke City, Md. For sale by J. beautiful of Gainesville J, F P. McMUEKY, BILL HEADS, j STATEMENTS[ ,
city
At 2:30 the convention ,
L. Gaekms. : met l DliALERIN: NOTE HEADS, j I L-ETTER HEADS
to the homes and the hospital again. The devotional service ,

ty of its citizens. Hon. A. WMcLoren FANCY GROCERIES ETC., ETC., ETC .
The comptroller's report for i was conducted< by Rev. Mr.

; Welborn, was to Bell of Interlachen. At 3 WE: MENTION
1897 shows that there are 3-, p. in -I KEEP IMPORTANT >/'"

257.35; miles of railroad i in have responded but was unableto ReJ.. B. Crippen of TarponSprings The Best,and Freshest Stock ia-Towa.!! //Skilled .' /
; Printers
be So Bro.
present. Huges, Bible -TRY l\IE.-
Florida, including branches and I gave a reading

sidetracks, which, together of Starke, in a most happy and! on "Spiritual Reasons for REUISITES---.. ,Good Paper, ... "':,:,;?f ,
EDWARD MDDLETON .
with rolling stock, is valued at .felicitous way responded on be Bible Study." -TO- [Presses ,

'! $13,316,323.57.- The State tax half of the delegates present. At 3:30: Mrs. F. P. Gaffney, Successor to Andrews&lJiddl noI1. 4 ,

assessed on this valuation is Prof. Kirkpatrick again led the State superintendent of primary ,4J.GOOD Y/ORK/ : 'TA'PA11 '__
PROPRIETOR OF
Convention in joyful song. work addressed the convention "
about $96,160.69. Averagingthe n (1 .

rates of the several countriesat President annual Way address.then deliveredthe He on the need of organizing a Starke Livery, Feed and Sale \\Iiik.WE '

11 mines, the counties would re State Primary Union. \ \ lw :

assess $201,479.65 taxes on this viewed the work of the year At 4, Mrs. Gaffney gave a STABLES. HAVE ALL THESE. (fe: :&
and pointed out the need of
valuation, making a total of model primary Sunday schoo 1 "

$237,640.25 of taxes on rail more aggression work especially lesson, with her sand map and NEff AND SECOND.HAND BUG IES: [( TERMS We Solicit a Trial Order. Satisfaction Guaranteed.

roads, to say nothing of the on evangelistic lines for the blackboard. The convention AND HARNESS-FOR SALE. U STRICTLY- -CASH. Office in Postoffice"Building. Call and See U". -

future. Emphasizing the point to meet for the clan -
adjourned
:municipal tax levies on them. THEn -

The rate of valuation per mileis that the object of Sunday ing session at 7:30: when aninteresting DO YOU WHITE '\ .

about schools was the winning of wi t NEW YORK
5623. prograrae WORLD .. "" '
IE SO WRITE RIGHT
souls for the Master. The homedepartment special musical features of ,

An exchange says : "He who was tenderly touched choice singing by the choirs THRIOE-A-WEEK EDITION. ,
'g4'
produces a large proportion of upon showing that many and invited singers was rend t.,, rod

his ,own household necesities- blessings would come to those ered. 18 Pages-a 'Veek .
, who went to the "shut ins" ; .
has
q big advantage over the .
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156 -
Year
; with the lessons week by week. $100 Reward $100. Papers a ;;e '
farmers who raises a few crops ;
I 4 .
find buys nearly everything.The Our opportunity' and responsibility The readers of this paper will be FOR ONE DOLLAE. ; ;

man who is obliged to buy. in united effort for the pleased to learn that there is at

, little: even though he has but extension of the work and for least( one dreaded disease that Published every Alternate Day except Sunday.

little the 'glory of Christ and His science has been able to euro in all ,
to sell is the who is -
one ::
Kingdom.By its stages, and that is catarrn.Hall's The Thrice.a-Week Edition .. ,, 'i l ,
on the direct road to success. Or'rUE NEw YORK WouLD i is \
request Prof. Kirkpatrick Catarrh Cure is the onlypositive .
With the advantages first all
possessed "weekly"
among
as a solo "The Heav- cure known to the medi- pa I am>< Sub-Agent for Bradford and .
the sang in size of : Surrounding
by people of this section, cal fraternity. Catarrh pers frequency pub ... "
both as to climate and fertility enly Father's Care," which was constitutional disease being a lication, and the freshness, Counties for this Celebrated .,:' ..
... a. treat to many. Prof. Hamill requires a accuracy and variety of its -t:
of soil farmer could live
every constitutional treatment. Hall's Typewriter.Can't .
r then presented International contents. It has all the meritsof
, in J luxury all the year around. Catarrh Cure is taken internally, :$0 the '
a great daily at price
Work. The speech was 'replete I Sell You One ?
T. R.
'. We have heard farmers say acting directly upon the blood and of a dollar weekly. Its political HODGES,

that it did not pay to, raise witfi wit, wisdom and mucus surfaces of ,UIH system, news i is prompt, complete, SUBAGEN1MEETING \

certain crops as there was no pathos. A report could not do thereby destroying the foundation accurate and impartial as all its ,- -------.:::::--- -.

market for them, and have seen- justice to a speech so full of of U>;disease. and Riving the patient readers will testif ". It i is ,.. & .! .... !. -

food for earnest thought.The strength by building up the against the monopolies and for 3 WITH
. the same: farmers go to the the people.It DESTINY.
closing song was sung constitution and assisting naturein Jt will .
stores and buy canned the 1
vegetables prints news of all the -
and the first its work. The it starts
work was doing
day's proprietors iii
that they could have grown world, having special correspondence. ng before ns in nnepedeaR' o ::7-
,F in abundance at home. We history.. The second day's pro- have so much faith in its curative from all importantnews times and places. Even en a "' h II 1
' ceedings of the Convention powers, that they offer One the afternoon stroll with a friend and a chance
points on It
was globe.
: claim and our claim is based on introduction may shape all the course of 'r
\' -- characterized by hard work. Hundred Dollars for any case thatit has brilliant illustrations, ,I one's after life. To be always at your best
experience, that it is profitable fails to cure. Send for list of stories by great authors, a capital and not ashamed of your destiny you must ,, '+
The devotional ]ed
meeting was dress like a true gentleman.This canbe '
to.grow vegetables on the farm testimonials. AddressF. a
humor
page, complete mar done
Scat
by ordering your tea OraoMts of
if you never sell.a dime's rth. by John Ar Hughes with Prof. i J. CHESEY & Co., Toledo, 0. kets,departments for the household a

,We hope .to see our farmers 'Kirkpatrick at the organ. Sold Icy l druggists, Tocts.Hall's and women's 'work and Iother M. BORN S GO., "/
t
; Family PIlls are the best. The Great Chicago Merchant Tailors / .
f in the cultivation of After the praise meeting the special departments o f r .
'.. engage
Who are unrivalled Plaster of I1' h
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vegetables more extensively in following committees were P--1. .. Eeantr Is Blood Deep. unusual interest f the Tailoring Art. ,. J 'I I. I, ', ,.
Clean -Mood clean skin. No "We offer this unequaled ...,....
.. pointed : etna a 30O ..... .', .
r _, the future. beauty without it. CascaTeta,Candy Cathartic and THE-FLORIDA 4 NEW:y patterns.FinestMaterial. .tlI
clean blood and it newspaper : Fit. New Stock. Latest Styles. Best Work 11
t' Nominations--Rev. C. ,E. yonr keep clean Lj t
;- stirring up the lazy liver End driving all im- SOU-WEEKLY ADVOCATE together I manship.Thrifty Prices. .
" OA.S'rO :%.A.. Powell, Ocala.; Rev. W. :F. p1.ritiC8 from the bodr- Begin today to. A Cheery Oraarantea With AlL .
, Ens 1M -a' llm Lied Yea Hat! Atop Boiglst I banish' trypes! boils blotches bIackl: one year for $1,50 .
.- Hundley, Gainesville; Doctor! an3 that sir>ily bilious complexion l b taking The regular nth. ;" !.i i't40y c.u'C' _
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le has Kissimmee the following ValleyGazette about- CATHARTIC.CANDY ':. F..U; P. SHORT LINE FLORIDA CENTRAL | PENINSULA R. :.....:

the developers of Florida: .
and Plant Disston Hew Florida and Northern Air Line and Florida Trunk, Line. \
Flakier NORTH :EAST WEST

:. : and Chipley, were a marvelous TIME TABLE KFFECT JAN.23,183S. .

) quartette. Had neitherof DEPARTURES AND ,ARRIVALS OF TRAINS 3:.,... 31 I Z8 31 & :::5 I ;. I 37 t 33 <....
DaUy ORTIUKN: ? tTs. Daily
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tljem set foot in Florida CURE CONSTIPATION f ...... x Sun DaUyDallY! :>a1l1 aU.J Bun J'xSutJ Dal1sInLII-! >

what would the State be? STARKE FLA. 12 lOp 400p...... 815 -...:. sOOp\Lv..JllcbonTille..A\ ; 11 9 l5t... d ::;)pt8:154.. .... .
...... 4 \.' ..... 84O'p LV....._. ....... 83.pj'810a...... ,.
Ds3ton! and Chipley played! a lOc NO.1 O.dally. leaves 2:18 p. m., for all ...... 4t.B ; .... 915Pi ... 8l1oal. .....;5t"pp30 ... o'.?,
ALL25c points North find West connecting .at Jack 2 lOp .ro ......10!. .... lolipi ...... 51. ....... -i:> ...... .: >
minor dart but one of great sac sonville with through sleeper for New York 315 750 ...... ............... ... ..... 4 ...... ...:. .....;. ",
Cincinnati and all intermediate points. 341855 ...... ; ..... ...... Yulee..Ar..S. ..... -t40a.i 15 .....; .
value, and died in harness; the DRUGGISTSm.. NO. 14. leave* 5:12 a. m. dally for same ..500! ;. ..... 12 Lv. ..... !)00u1 6ua! .. ..... ...... .,:
points named above carr'inll-through sleeper 833 2o1 ...... 0a .... o< I 30.. .... .
former before he had set the Tampa and intermediate points to New York. 10 00 24:! .......2Wa .. ... : "tlOr 131r. ..................
connecting at Jacksonville with trains from 93.> ........ 41a ". .....o\u ............1)0\):,......
seal of success his work, _A. A. JOHNS Macon. Atlanta. Chattanooga and all points 10....... j 45a ... ... I .. 4 'c\ ..... II:;... ...._
upon also with trains for west .733p..4... ......11:53 "Spartanburg S.C.. .... 3 ...... ......
and the latter after years of Florida north and Pensacola.west. Mobile. New Orleans.Tex ...... .......... ............... 145p .. Asheviile N.C... .,.. ..... .05p. ," .... ....
It STARKE, FLA., as.Mexico and California points. !13d ...... ...... 82\\) ... ...915:1 .". ..Charlotte.N.C... ''........ 9:::' ...... :
accomplished usefulness. Flag- NO. 13 leaves 11:58 p. m with connection 12 30 ......10..1:. ..Salisbury.N.C... .". 4a SX.-: ...... 5 ...... -

ler and Plant still remain the from all points and divisions. 'Through. sleeper 2 42a..9... .. ...........121Op. 1 I.".Gre-en..bOro....,Dl1n\i11e.V3.N. C.... ". 33a1. 1r.p.D:!IJ .. Ia.............. .
DegBtap1e and Fancy Groceries from New York. .1044k........ .025p II ...Richmond. Va.. U ...tl200z: .. 2t ......... ';..
champion caterers and carries, NO. glean 10:53a.m. with through 81 ep- 4 50. ...... ...... .....,.1. 3 401 .. ..Lynchhcrg. Va... .' 4 OSp 3 40.. ....... 0".
\\\t.IS\\W'-\ \ ei connections from all points north west and ...... ....... ..... 530 .. ..Charloltc<-vil1e.. Si .">p 2:. iis: ...... 1- :
and Pullman pioneers of the all points in the state. ...... ...... 6 Dit I. .. ..'VI1..b1nllton. 00:>(11 15. : ...... \,
..' Country Produce, Ftc. For the best map of the'state., sleeper or 11 05. .... ........ SSa.."...".'r. .112jp ......BaltImore.. ... 94. :: ......
western world inexhaustiblein other Information call on or write to liSp....... ...... ......"..2563. .. ....l"bUadelphia..... 720a t..i. S5;! .... .
D.GREEN Agent.Starke. 3 3:..................800. ........ 623a ... ......New York.. ... .II. 121 4kI11:: ... w
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energy and millions, strug- When in want of Good Goods Reasonable Prices give me a N. S. Pennlngton.'T.l>L Fla. 11 .. ....._.... ........ 300p ........BostoIL...."- 50 ';! ..... .

with the and A.O. MacDonell. G. P. A. I.N\)8'INo OOUTU .ui ; WEST -NOIi.I
tenacity
gling Cal I will make it CINCiNNATI-JACKSONVILLE. II
). to your advantage. Jacksonville Fla. _ Is b.J RthAADEW 6.t 10
of giants for the com Macon. At1anti Daily y ats. Daily DaHl
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power .
Cin- 1---- -
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mercial of the I oa tiS cinnati Chicago. M'M ... .. 80001 Lv..Fernandina..Ar: ...... 5Op .
supremacy ... .. .... '
Toledo Detroit \\I its LT. Callahan 'r..406p,,
State. Masters.of the art of ui -is't"AD"xs: : :o eGs.- .0 The I S. 1"ft-G.: R. ... Cleveland. LoU 'i- Z Z 9,lOp 92 aLv Jack..ou\'U.e..A r 7 3)a 3 )
.4 vile. and St.Louis. 103.\p 95530 Ar.....Baldwin ....I.y. 6431i 3 10i1159l058a
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and .....SLrk.:..... r. :; :18p815a.1
stuffing
transportation .. 1233a.ll, ....... .... otz"Ia I
R. W. DIXON & SON ; OIJ ....j ac1onviLle Ar. 855a 9W sa .Wn1do. .. SSp
mouths with 63001 6Up:: .. 122Op "...Cal'le.U... .... JZ
moneyed costly Departure and Arrival of Trains. iO29alOl4pAr..Everett..Lv.4401 300a'. ...... iOaIS3Oa1: ".. ..h! 30p ........CedarK. y ....... .... 1l00
vie with each .......Macon..I ; 525a 129a1213a, ...lIawthl1rue... 346a 1001'
rations 115 S0a!
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; they GENERAL OMMISSION MERCHANTS .. ..... ......
..... 530a Lv..At.1anta...... .10405o a Ha:12-1Op: .. Citra. 304a 1240p
and .... .. .. .. 6 to OOp .... 118p ..Silver ...
other for the bodies lug- 9 SUa cbattanooga. 15p j .. Sprint1-'.. .
STARKE, FLORIDA. ...... 730pj .1 ...Cincinnatl... .. A30a 830a 255:1.:: 133p .......Ocala.. ... :
and appetites of a nomadic ui 190 and 1901 Duane St., New York. p. 1 4 IOn! 22p ....WUdwot'<1.... It.12D2p
gage NO. 1 daily leaves 7 a. m. for LaCrosse, A8IlEVILLEUOUTE... /f :):14&, 2:''KItLeesburs.. :......0. :
public. As a carrier < Bnukley and intermediate points. This train Pullman SJeeper between Jacksonville. CIa6 lta 3l-1p .......Taar!:: ...... l0r4pi.960..
connects with the G. S. &F. at Sampson, cincinnati and Chicago.. 9 lOai 60p .... ...OrIao ....... 8 npl ::0a1
Plant excels, the Southern Southern Fruits Vegetables a Specialty: a unction for PaUtka. Macon and intermediate. tOOpmLv..acksonvifle....... Ar IO.'m- 3.1' 511p ..... Winter l'art ..... ....... 'l.w .
points.NO.! :; fT .. r.( 50001 Slip.., .. St.Catbt'rnc.! .. 1t3.p. loo\a:
1 ..... .. Sa annah..Ar am
alone and Peaches 5atur and Sundays only. Leaves am ...... 53380 3 p ....Lacoochce... .1I 9C..
Express Company giv- LrJm "JOe Make' a Spec/aftll of Strawberries 5:30) p.3 m. for LaCrosse&iys Brlnkly and Intermediate f 0 l5aznAr..Coumbta b Lvl24Tam I 55301 34.1p ........Dade Cltr...... 104Jp 9311\.
Tlu.ougltout tile Entire real. ii am. r..partan urg..V 53tp5 ... ."s '
700a. 43 .l'lantCJIoi 84
: 9211. ai45pmAr
him lead but as a points connecting at Sampson Junct4on. p .. ; ..
ing an. easy l24SpmAr..ILenderson'i1Ie..Lv 3OQP ..... ....
3 810a_ _h2Vp_ .Tampa. 810p 8ot1
for Palatka. Macon and Intermediate points. ..........Ashvifle ...... ..Lv 205pm
caterer Flagler has distancedhis ct RF.FftRES'cE.-Irvlng National Bank, Nt'w'York, and Com mera M3- 5. second class. Leaves Starke 4:00 &.m. 3 5'pm Ar..Hot Springs.... ....Lv 11 4Sam NO.=,No.2 WESTERN .'>1l'Nu.1\
: cla1 Agen&e.W r'1I for LaCrosse. Brinkley) and Intermediate ..20pm Ar........Knox\'llie....... ...Ly 825am DatlDally' A:>D NEW'ottl.1c.t9. Dal1r
rival Plant may lug more points. This train is daily except Sunday. 4IjumAr..I.eDngton..L -a740amAr..Cincinnati -- !- -
arrives at Starke 12:11: p. m.dally. ....... 1ap 92a: Lv.. Jacksunv1Ie.. t ; ...
I x't"C:: ::E"pn: s'JENO: :t... s'.A. s. ::E'C.: : NO. 2. .LvTSOpm Arl'i'"p
baggage and bodies about but KO 4 anivesat Starke at 9:3): p. m. Saturday.'i T3OamLv..Cincinnati ........Ar 600p 12 ;I! 2a A. ....Ll1ke City ...!: ,! ...... 0'
and Sundays only. ......... .........Lv .. .Uve O..K. .... .. .
Chicago
stomachs and 54prn..tr.: 900anj' :.: .. d... ..:. ::
Flagler fills more -. ,NO-: 6- second cUss arrives at. Stark 5:30: p.Zn. I Four. IHp .. ?ola .. ,,4'Ct. )
Daily except Sunday. .4011. 23.'ip ...loJonthcU.).... 3: 0L) ......
8.)0am I V..1nCtflil.i. .... ....4.r1 uv.pm I ...... .....
listens to more tired, but hap- JEM-crEL: SAe=':t GEO..TOMPSETT.Gen., Fla.SuptStarke 6 OOpmlAr, ..........Chicago; ......... Lvi S 30un: 6000.8254JOp 330\1: .TaUahee....Quincy ........ :13pt.J 19p 'h ...
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and profitable snores. Monc.n Routes t_ "-lOa fl15p..Rlver Junct.nL' I 12 409ooam'l \> ......
py ARTHUR 11EISS Cen.M-n1.! v..CmcUlnat1..... ..Pen1 acola .... i 13Un........
.Arj
Jacksonville Fla. ....... ....... .. .. .. ... .
Signs are visible of an in- Ar. .Chicago. : .....lobUe. .. .'. ::2Oal. ....
Fla. II
I.autcy
Pennsylyanla. I 6.MPm..HOOp .New Orl, :!.I'I" .. J 74.n.. ......
in the of the ;
equality push --
KANSAS CITY {
respective colossi. Plant seems GAINESVILLE &: GULF RAILROAD CO.TTh1ECAflDNO.3. Through Car Une. .'ST. .L0U1S LOUISVILT.E. J.ClS0r.No. .

LIVERY AND FEED STABLES. No.3:! _VILLE._ TllROUOU_ _ _SLFJPmt_ _ _..
to be resting on his oars, content 361 tlWpmLv..Jaci.nfnille....... .85. :11"101Ipre

to enjoy a well earnc'drepose In effect on and after Ko\1.No. 8fXpmtv..Jacksonville..Ar... .........Everett.. .... ....Lv. 855am 630am lOllpmAr..Everett 300am .. ... ...."13<."00.. .....n....Lv.. 631am 110UJI
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: No. 3. no. 2 No. 4 530am1 .........Atlanta;......... l055pm !a2Gam .........AtlantI, .... .. 105.spsi
and his dividend*,.and Finest Turnouts in the City. Daily I. Daily. ST A nONS. Daily ex. Dally. 11 ('.)um .. ....... .lrminlCham ....... .. 4 15pro 6:)ijpm .. ........Chattanooga .... t. 6 tupu93upm1 .
: ex. ........Mernphl' ........ 6:10am: 5( ) .....u..l.cxlnSClu1.... .... "IOMIAf.11000am
to have reached a terminus to Sunday. Sunday.Lv. .. .......Springfield ........ .. 615pm 7'30pm' pm .... .....LonisvUlc........ 14ia1U!
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his transportation and caravan- Drummers' Teams on Short Notice. Draying a Specialty. 720. am. Lv 300;pm.t..Catnev1Ile...Ar... 1100 nIn. Ar.70.1'n \pm.. 5 35pTn1 .........K.ntqCltJf)40am: 112am ..........St.. Lou!". ....... 9 I3j:

310L..M10nlcliW..I058 663 *This train will commence: running Wednesday.January 19th.
facilities. Not so with 73 : i5t..Cannon'sx1ng... 1055 650
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sery Prompt attention given to all orders. 135 3201. .Rocky PoInt.. 1050 645ro SLEEPING CAR SEKVICE.
Flagler. The end of his tetheris 335 t.... Wacahoota. 1040 630 Nos. :31 and 32. NEW YORK and FLORIDA LIMITED VESTIBULE, between New. Yorc!
L--- ,- -- L L slo t..F1ewellens .... 1030 62080i Jacksonville and tit: Augustine.Nns. .
long ahead of him I (: 350t......Clyatt's ....1023 615 35 and 36 Fast ?Mail Sleepers between New"ork an>l JackouvUl-{ the Clncb
a way Pro- 810 3i5 .... .Kirkwood. .. 1010 610 nati Sleeper viII Asheville. _.
dangling across the sea and A Week of Southern A Narrow Escape. 815 4 00 t.... Elmore...... 100!% 605 Nos.:37 and:38; carry through! Sleepers between Jacksonville and New York ta ConnecMu, .i
811 -i t..Tacoma .... .1000 600 with 8 and 13 and;5 and 10 with Pullman Sleepers between Jacksonville and Tampa. *
he is bent on foreign operations gress. Thankful words written by Mrs. 8,2') 410 t.... Taylor's...... 9f).') 555s.3 No.34 carries the Cincinnati and KiorWa Limited. with the Tampa CincinnatI s:.LotiU and ::
415t..Micnnopy.... 900 5W Kansas City Sleepers. These are brought to Jacksonville by No 33. /
on' cul-de-sac :carayan- Despite the war talk, southern Ada E. Hart, of Groton, S. D.: 835 42.> .Tuscawffla... 940 54.1 Nos 1 and 2 carry the J acksoavllle: and New Orleans Sleeper. .
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1:137: 430 t.Lake Simonton. 93. 5.ro tDaily except Sunday. 'Daily excent Saturday and Sunday. JThls traIn does not nit .
series whence his victims can has on in "'\ taken with a bad cold which 842 435t.: Ulckman..... 931) 533 Monday.. Sunday and Monday only t Connections at Tampa for St. Pcveishurir. ManaU-a\
progress gone 1:141: 440tSoutb1de.... 92: 530S River and Key: West and Havana steamers Steamer "Manatee'.'(nr nil potnts onManatreriver.
not depart on the next train. settled on my I lungs; cough set in 52 445 t....DunKarvan .... 920 52. At Starke for LaCroshe. At Waldo steamer for Metrose. Connects at TallatftKsca
its encouraging way, as a 9"J SOOt .. .Irvlne......: 910 515 for Carrabelte. St. Madcsand Apalacbacola. Connects at lUver Junction fur Chattal>o<>cl>..
The sport of these Titans is the and finally terminated in Con- .... .... ....ort Drane.... .... .... River steamers. Connects at Goal for lIoffio ailia.: Connects at Feruaufllaa for Cuaiber-. .
glance at last week's returns Ar.um Arpm. Lv.am. Lv.pm laud Route Steamer to the Islands and Urun.sw Ick.
: life of Florida. sumption. Four Doctors me t.-telelranh! stations. I All baggage will be checked from Union Depot. Tickets will still be sold at the city ticket
: The past week's his- give ril: lisiattlnun; : office.20-J DOlan Street as well as at the Union Depot ticket office.B. .
prove., .. up, saying I could live but a short J. F. BUNCH. Gen.Pass. Agent.V. W. (JA IP ELL, Passenger Agent. J. E. :IKSIIALL.,
, The French Ambassador tory is a gratifying one, show- .J. HERLO O. Gen. Man. Ticket Agent 202 West Bay St., corner Hogan, Jacksonville, Flu.
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A' the gave up my WALTER G. COLEMAN, General 'I'raveflngAgentJaekc1ivItJe.:
asked
the U. S. has
to ing that ,the Youth's industrial Saviour: determined if I could not ASK A. O. MacDONNELL, Gen Pass. Agent. .
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State officially
Department activity is on the increase and stay with my friends on earth, I
whether there was objec- FOR
any
tion to his looking after the not on the wane. would.meet my absent ones above. 5outhern'

in Alabama reports a sash, door My husband was advised get Dr.King' TICKETS 4 ;
interests Spanish subjects
New Discovery for Con-
tho U. S. after the .departure and blind factory; Arkansasa
sumption, Coughs and Colds. 1 r Railway'"

of the Spanish minister, and land and timber develop-' gave it a trial, took ii all, eight VIA ,

"' has been informed that there ment company; Florida an- bottles. It has cured me, and MS91UTELY THE SHORTEST ROUTE. -

t would be none. This action other large tobacco factory, thank God I am saved and now a ...

: is regarded as being signifi- Georgia a twenty-ton cotton well bottles and free healthy at J. L.woman.Gaskms'" Trial Drug TIISOTIOH. PTJLLXA1I DRAWING' BOOM OARS DIKUTO CAXL3, .

cant of the intention of France oilmill; Louisiana a lumber Store. Regular size DOC and $1.00. 3 akovillAND _JIi_ THOROT7QHTARE COACHES, VESTIBULED TRAILS. ;'

in the mill; Mississippi a chair factory .
to remain neutral war, Guaranteed or price refunded. a

I notwithstanding many asser- owned-by Chicago parties, NORTH EAST AND WEST. j i'

tions to the contrary. It was and an electric light plant: Here is a scene from the .

North Carolina a roller. flouring Atlanta (Constitution:
added to by a cablegram from TWO DAILY TRAINS BETWEEN FLORIDA AND TJIO: EAST. ,
Madrid saying that both the mill, a $50,000; cotton \Ve don't want no war. THE -

French and British ambas- mill, a factory for making My pa says.War and Whiskeyis .Washington... end Southwestern Limited '

sadors had tendered Gen. patent. folding crates, a saw- Hell. But if Whiskey is, And the United States FoUS Well.CSIY '

U. S. Minister to mill and a votieer mill; South my Ma says Pa must like bein'in JITK&KU'III( "
Wopdford,
Spain offers to care for American Carolina a large cotton gin hell. Pa had one leg shot 21 HOURS. JACKSONVILLE TO WASHISGTOtf. '.
ONLY 27 HOUR JAOK303VILLS TO NEW: YO3Z
I- intrests after his departurefrom Tennessee a. $100,000 otton off in the last war. He wears a

mill a lumper company devoted Wooden leg now, which Ma The .
Iadrid.-Ex. &::d Veitttraled Traini etmpMed of Latest Icipnrrtil: rallmaa 81<.>?(ae Car $4 j Hot l Dtat
to the German export I locks up when he gets full.so's Jacksonville Ins Ciri through without change to WiMhlogton,&1ttinre.

The editor of the Poland trade and a handle factory, a he an't go out an' git Phi .leIphla.Now Tork*od til* JtuL .

(Minn.) Times has come to mattress machine company, an fuller. Pa says ifthey's War, Tampa andKey I .
THROUGH PULLMAN DRAWING-ROOM SLEEPING CARS BETWEEN
the conclusion that humor is acetylene gas machine i works, he hopes they'll sen' all the WestRailway: JACKSONVILLE AND NASHVILLE.

its own reward. For instance, a large petroleum refinery and revenoo Detectives to the ., .

; he published the other day a the rebuilding of a $150,000 front, so's he kin make moonshine Through Sleeping! Cars Daily Jacksonville to. j

:- local paragraph:; to the following electric light plant lately burn- licker an' a livin.' Pa is A North Cincinnati, via Asheville, Through: tit,

purport: "Silver garter ed; West Virginia an engine:, agin the govment, and "LAND OF THE SKY."

f buckles are becoming fashionable works with $200,000 capital, South Line
For:dofaJWllnfrmnstlon' M to nt.... ae1et1u1eA. tJplBe cw: reaemth, ,. etc.. ??!/ t*
"' and wo hope to see more a window glass factory and Through AZI7&c8A1Qf_ the Straia.z: BAJLWAY or it.oonntctlonn.

of them." The lady in works. CASTOR .
z solitary an electrical supply the \ "
Doland who wears articles oft The Tradesman thus tabu- For Infants and Children. \. L. A. SHIPlfAH, F.orid Past Agt.. 212 West Bay Street. Janksonyllle. Fis..1tLCULP. ,


this kind horsewhipped the lates the new industrial enter The Kind You Have Always Bought HEART Tof T- 1. TraSo/ a1Srn'D.. Qn W. "A.rv TURK 2 .lat', iixt 8..o H..n HABDWIOT.!v>k.. .A Jfc, ,

editor the next day in his prises in the South. This 0. Wugtn: D. a. '\C&e.I.
May 2 I
"' the Srf1
office, and it is said his ,vife statement will go a long way Bears of --_---- ____;-______ .-. 1
divorce. in ,signature I -. S S C U U St S I S p S-s-S S S .4S S '-* *
faith
has sued him for a in establishing a firm -THE
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.. As _Editor Reaves would the progress of our section.- FLORIDA. POMONA RURSERES

4 Tax Collector Cato of AI- w | 1
Swear Key _
; say. "Honey Pensacola News.Backlcn's I o CATA1898 I i .,
achua county is so busy tak- .
Mollio Pants.-Memphis '"- I Write the General Passenger!! WILL BE MA&Y TO MAIL E! OCTOBE2.Oo ;

."" ,. Appeal. -Arnica-Salvo. ing in tax money that he is Agent for information.W. fr writes .. ..
t..J perty a. foDow 01 r 197WfaiaMc ct*
compelled to close his doors to B. COil Gen'l! Sttpt, _ a, ;; logise: ""WUl 1011 pie,,,.ed 1M.COP 01 your t
the world for 1' Ntfrccry Cc.alorBC. I k.4 ,Wt
: The revolutionary government The Best Salve in cnpr f
0 callers for several weeks so lIan loaned 1C. I Im4 *o axy Ixtfreittarttir ,
Cuba was organized I Bruises: Sores, Ulcers, Salt G; D. ACKEHLY, Genii Pass. 10. -'I,- U it tt.t I d. act wUU to,U wiUuwt a ,
Cats, that he can catch up with his ,ap14J eon.n .

. at Camaguay on September19th Rheum,Fever Sores, Tetter, Chap- mail.Skin JACKSONVILLE. Oar sew 1(98 CaUIofvc:: will c-t,1. all df t
receipts by ._. EI, 4' food features o(UM iI91ntaJos'-l brstdw at cay .
1895. On Oct. 20. 1897, ped Hands, Chilblains, Corns, mad MM-MMM M Ml *. ,. J aew oae*. Fairy Clti.tratcd will mtaj a ew 2.
.tf R..a Pb.otopap1ric Vieirm. We afer a flaU1.M" '
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> the present administration I all Skin Eruptions, and positively p.p Fruit aad Oroameaeml Tree*aad Shi.b adapted
MOICAl( ..
IQthaa p'"C CWJu Pgu A4Wawazt
elected and installed at required. Itii' Diseases. i9 i9Ie
was 1'wires Piles, or no pay TEE GRIPPING BROS CO.,
Yaza. The President is sat ? ao4Pccta MMt PrefJbI
perfect
guaranteed to give For the speedy and permanent cure of ; TREATMENT far Smtbera Ptratla 01fJ. SD!! I!!! !
the Vice- Price .. .. : -
: Bartplome Masse; 1 1 isf action or money refunded. tetter, ealt rheum and.eczema Cham- _

," '" President is Domingo Mendez 25 cent il1' ox. berlain's without an Eye equal.and It Skin relieves Ointment the itching is. I On T TRIAL L \ -JOB PRINTING- WE HAVE- ?JQ ACEfSTS-

c-: .. Capote; the CpnimanderinChief -I For sale at J. L. Ga, in'a Drag and smarting almost instantly and tat.ship frsn 7 j 3-d2:7 &,:.
of the Army is Generael3Taximo its continued tuae effects a permanent To Any Roliabte I Man. ), ..r..McJ.. .. I.>r J1"h'P eu..4v. :a pal-.t
Store. cure. It also cures itch harber's itch ., fr'I. t-til..,. 11 :IG":
urmu aefle',and ca )! theqyedpg Bring it to THE ADVOCATE office "! to
:T '. Gomez, with General scald head sore nipples itching piles cf rare c-j.?rvia te i..s Oi L1 iitJ.wi& _.. TI- f.it.PT.. t\A, .,: I
. ...,,: \ dtiJlt'4 .. .'.'I,Ute%YOUIZ--n ta tb. V'. .. .._ '!J. ), ('or 'r'.. te.: :!
'. 0. .. Calixa Garcia second in I)& TobMc Spit*nd sob Tear LIT lira?. chapped hands chronic sore eyes and wcvd lit u.. trwst vI m_ ..""t.1KoulIo; Iii&- WE CAN DO IT- 'fr .__ ., H....'. .... ..."' t.--..
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'. To Quit tcbieco casly sad: forever te= g- gracsi&ttd licia. o..ar eJ rri.. e.ct'vt tztCMes,won,. ovw' ? /G 'I : j :.:... 1n.. I.
: o- ASYOUWANTIT- 'L'y"\'J ;: ..
command. work.ii. I L:47 r.f1'1sARd.C3lII .et.re ; .j ; r J.."
u-Jc.-t'JJl lire,cerre&&d T'cr..ke KoToDae. .. \ ...
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: .the vncccr-varker. that makes weak men I Dr. Cady'-a Condition Powders for '1'1t. tlra of lhl. oA-:r t* Itndrd. Mo" C. O. D.ecbemeJ \ .,. rSPIRAL -.* -- _:... f
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Ro-7o-tMte' for Ctntt.aC I str01: All drog: %Ists,50C or It. Cure gru- D') deepctoa; DR U.IIIr8. Add .
Fifty horses are the best! tonic. blood purifierasdvensifnge. Pt 64 ? ARAST.. '
tnt1'tt'w: : US j! .tfl. :!CH.s rr''H7
i ,. Qmlr1nt 1'1.Mt '"an!.a\1.: : 'rezt teci BockJot aad tajs Ia trea %ddrt1t : 1UM .
,, Price, 2Jcents. ScHt-y fcri; !:. (lu S/lWlti ECFFALO.W.Y- TRr L: .tile? ;{: ft 4'1ZoAe-J.:
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GLEANINGS A Bold Burglar." PERSONAL NOTES. :Mr. J. G. Fisher, one of JlCksotvJllt's ......_._""' .'""'._.........-...-_.--.-......-._-....._. .""'" __.,_...__. -- -r.-
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_Last Thursday night about 11:30: Mrs. Tennant, of tt'aldp, spent Sun prominent' citizens, was visiting r .
day in this city. : relatives in the city Saturday.
# o'clock some one entered the home of

'f.\': GATHERED CITYAND.NEIGH- Sheriff S. Denmark and relieved Mrs. L. D. Wall visited relatives in Rev,L. W. 'Kiclcliter. went to Cala- To CASH BUYERS )) ::1

BORHOOD. him of his pocket book. The "Waldo lust week. ban Friday and-tilled his regular appointment .

at the Baptist church .
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: Sheriff he heard a noise stairs Mrs. Sayles, of Lawtey, visited .
ITEMS PERSONAL, PERTINENT &PECU..IAR. sass up there Sunday. ".
friends here \Ve out
Friday. are closing our
but did not notice it he
as supposedit .
Mr. Arthur Johns, our popular and
Judgt> Richard, of Lake Butler, was entire stock of .
Weather Forecast was one of the boarders. He *' obliging merchant, made a business .. +
in the
says he did not hear the man when city yesterday. trip to Jacksonville Friday, returnin -

Part'y cloudy weather to-night he entered his room. The burglar Jlr. P. Permenter- made a business ;; the same night. Diy Goods Clothing Shoes Etc.
trip to Lawtey Friday.Mr. .
ami Tuesday. ",
secured the pocket book which he Mr. B. P. Smith the obliging drug- :

l left laying on the side walk in Paul C.inova made a business gist who has: .been sick for a few day, \ t+ .
Old paper for sale at this office. trip to Hampton Friday. has recovered sufficiently to be be- In fact'everything WP have in
front of the house. Mr. Denmark
hind the counters stock, and wo will sell goods
Blank mortgages fur sale at tint says he received $200 that day but Mrs Bessie Knight: of Hampton, again
I was in the city Saturday.Mr. Mr?. Jennie McKay, who has been
office. did not have it in the pocket book. j visiting! her lather Mr. Temple, at That Will Our
A- J. McArthur, of Gainesville, At Prices Surprise People
Mr. Elarbee shipped a car load de says he thinks the robber, win was in the ciry Saturday.Mrs. Temple'w Mill J will return to her ,

of tine resin Saturday. ever he was, was in search of the home at Savannah, Ga., to-morrow. -
: Mary Hall returned from a
::3' 00. There several A visit to our store will convince -
were receipt visit Waldo .' Mr Bigalpw, the commission!: man,
A fine line of fresh Candy just! to yesterday.Mr.
in the pocket book which were left 1 left for his home in Boston SuturdaMr. }-. you that"* we mean just
received."WHITE'S GKOCKKY. untouched.The Jos. Thomas returned h'me "Bigalow f is always welcome what we say.: Respectfully, .
from Belle view .
Saturday.Sheriff :
the of this >
Look out for the troops. The} burglar must have been among strawberry growers -

.will be through here in a few days.. very much disappointed, for all hegot ing trip to S.Waldo B. Denmark..Saturday.made a fly- section.Miss. Murla Weeks, one of-St ''rke's N.W HACKETT, -

.- The colored people had a frohV for }his: trouble aria package :Mr. Gorden Richard of Lake But- most charming and Accomplished:

;over the creek Saturday night. Nt of-tobacco, which he took from Mr. ler, WAS iu town > fsterday.Mrd. young:; ladies I is spending a few daysat Sta:!:ke., 3Tla-

hurt. Owen Ownes' LaCrosse visiting her aunt, Mrs.R. .
one was room. .. Herbert of Hampton, was A. Turner. ._ _. ............. ............... ,'"'............... """ .....--.p._. .,...:;;;._. .
Mr. L. C. Hull is hating a bridgi chopping iu this city Friday. ,, O e
Death of Mrs. Dawson. .. Mr. F. W. Sherman, representing - -- -- - --- .
fixed the road which from Deputy Sheriff John Bennett, of ..
runs -
on
Mrs. Delia Dawson, the wife of lh: Florida Hardware Company, of
Lawtey, was in ihe dry Friday.
his place to Starke. Mr. Fred S. Dawson of this city, J Jacksonville was in the city ye-ter-
:)1 r. J. F. Harris: .. ,. of Richmond I, was cblIl'l Shermiii is a nephew / '
Blank turpentine land leases for died Friday night at 9 o'clock afteran in the citjou business! Saturday.Hon Gen. Sherman. War Declared .

sale at this office If you want illness of three weeks. Mrs. .) .
E. I\ Ward
of Ward City,
any come and.see us. Dawson was born at Satila Bluff, was iu :Starke ou business F.,it1n .. The Sure La Grippe Cure. l"_ Not the Government but I

ti Ga., in 1 S 75. She was married to f There is no uso suffering from by '
Quite a number of StarkeV Mr. A- L. Jackson, of Orlando, wa* the people should be more in- -
Mr. F. S. Daws-.n Octoher'30th this dreadful if will 1
malady,
young ladies and gentlemen itcd visiting friends in the city Sunday. you terested in the war . 'if :
1895. She leaves a husband two only get the right remedy. You '
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Kingsley Lake Sunday Capt /R. C. Ili'iberger made a business .
small children and a large circle of :: .trip to Jacksonville Saturday. are having pain all through your PRICES

:Mr. T. R. Hodges, proprietor of friends to mourn her death. and made body, your liver is out of order ;: ON ,
Attorneys Long
Bugg a & .
the ADVOCATE, was a buiinesr! have no appetite, no life or :ambition -
Mrs. Dawson was laid to rest in professional! visit to Lawtey Friday.
which has been declared at
visitor to Bronson .
Saturday.The have a bad cold, in fact are
Crosby cemetery Saturday ftcr- Mr. I.. C. Ray of Ham'pton, was the store of -
colored people will have a noon. The funeral services were viciflsg: friends in the city Saturday.Mr. completely used up. Electric .

cake walk at the Old Fellows' Hall conducted at her late home, RevJ. W. B. Alt';>:alder and wife of Biters: is the only remedy that

iu Lincoln City Saturday night. A. IIughes officiating. The Hampton, was in the city yesterday. will give you prompt and sure re KJ.W.HODGESJWho .

lief. They act directly on your .
The base ball will ADVOCATE extends sympathy Messrs. N. A. anal) L. B' Powell:
: season 80dll'he
m.idea: visit Prev.-itts. Lake Sunday.Mr. Liver, Stomach and Kidneys, tone says everything must go .
here. Loft it about: time tart
make
make to room for new goods.
Card or Thanks. the whole system and
boys organizing nine? F. A. Fisher erne of Lawtey's: up He is undoubtedly!
were a good _
I wish to express my thanks and prominent citizen, was on our streets t! you feel like a new being.: They

it: The cumnuEsion men have" all returned -! heartfelt gratitude, through: thesi Friday. :ire, guaranteed to cure or price refunded The Leader of Low Prices
For sale at J. L. Gaskins' a
home Messrs. }'n. columns to the friends and
except !many Mr. Jack Howl', who has; been work-
Drug Store. Only 50 cents per'bottle.
gazzi and Lovett. They will ic- brothers in the I. O. O. F., who su ing at Gaint'svillVLi.S. in the city Why send away for goods \\'

main: a few day! :: kindly, friendly and earnestly cameto Friday.Mr. they can ha bought just us

Hollingsworth, Ward City's' The ADVOCATE department cheap at homo.
Mr. Jack: Wynn, of Sampson, my assistance in my hour of job printing .

'brought, in some of the finest need-during the illness:: of, and hustling Friday.Mr.: mill man, wae on our streets is mow' turning out a. 20-, JUST THINK OF IT--. .
r 000' order of lett'cr heads and
the last rites to, late beloved
ppeckleJ perch Saturday that we my Frank!: Cook, one of Hampton's for La firm. We Dry Goods,Clothing, Hats, Shoes,Trunks and Valises,
wife Delia Mott Dawson. envelopes a >vtey
}lave seen this season. ; i prominent citizens, was ou our streets Undertakers' Good, Builder's: Materials, Shelf:
FRED S. DAWSOX. Friday.Mr. are strictly "the people' when it Hardware Farming Tools, harness( ',. Saddlery and
About 8000 United States reg-] to fine work at Bridles Furniture Stoves Sash. Blinds
comes, cheap price, Doors, -
Mars have been ordered to Tampa Will Green and! Tom Foster, the R. Turner, one of T.aL'ross'spopular especially on large orders"A Paints and Oils, ALL GOING CHEAP.
business men, wasiu the city
and some of them will pass through two "negroes who were arrested at
Friday. word to the wise is sufficient"and .
Fresh Stock of Groceries Hani
Starke in the next day or so. Lawtey Saturday night for carrying Constantly on
Mr. Joe Lovett, the commission: a word from the wise shouldbe

Three car loads of empty re concealed weapons; were tried man made a badness trip to Lawtey .
sufficient, but ask:: who -
are
in Justice Gardiner's court yester Saturday.Mr. you I SELL FOR SPOT CASH i at cash prices and
boxes returned to thUcity :
frigcrat9r the wise? Those who know. The dfy competition.
from the north Saturday. day. Green was fined !;3 and .- L. C. Strauss, a knight of the oft repeated experience of trust- t ;

Most of the boxes have made their costs which he paid. Foster was grip from Cinchiuati, was. ill.the city worthy persons may be taken forknowledge. "T V\I :BOO ES.-: I:
fined $15 and costs. Not Sa'turday.
last trip: havingthe Mr. W. M. Terry Truby, Steinberg & Co''s old stand.
coin he was carried back to Mr, W. G. Scales cm of Hampton's
A walking down the saysthat Chamberlain's Cough --- -- I
person jail. prominent business men, was in the

street from Tyson's livery stable toMcMurry's city y eterda}'. 1 Remedy gives better satisfactionthan .-"' ,*'. .'*.**.*! *.fICI.P".IP"_ ._. ."-.,...._;......_<'>.....>._.-..........- V.
The ladies of the Episcopal: any other in the market.He tf".f" :':......'""-.......feC2-25.--.IfII'.J8I..aI.- >> ,5.,." S .
grocery store is liable j jto" Mr. D. W. Pinholster, LHosville's
hear the word "war" mentioned church gave; a supper in'the Rieh- merchant prince, was in the city on has been in the drug business I THE C. B. ROGERS CO. $

ail and Pace building last Friday at Elkton Ky. for twelve ,
if he is not careful. busiues' Friday.Mr. years ; "fc* *"
There crowd has sold hundred of bottles W IMPORTER. AND WHOLESALE GROCERS: 91-
of
i evening was a large : Robert Wynn, Jr., and surer, this
Two colored boys had a lively d/ 7: .A.cxso-r v =,=, ='::..AProvisions ..
present and all enjoyed themselves Miss Laura, of Sampson City Were in remedy and nearly all other

scrap in the back yard of the heartily The Starke Cornet Starke Saturday.Mr. cough medicines manufactured, Grain, Hay, Flour, Grits, Meal I, Etc. "g

Starke Drug; Company yesterday Band furnished delightful] music Percy Boson, who is spendingthe which shows conclusively that f SOLE AGENTS FOR Our business! confined't.; the

afternoon. The fight was witnessed I for the occasion The ladies netted winter here madr a flying trip to Chamberiii's! i is the must satisfac- fl,f. Fairfeani> Canning> Co. Lon! l rand trade only. Orders from con- W.

by several who enjoJed"it im. something over $22 for the church. Lnwtey Satu rday. tory to the people and is the best. 9 1 eumers neither solicited nor def ff
Foi sale by J. L. Ga kins. Canned Meats.
iii ired. 1t.
mcnsely. Mr. Chas. M'-Kinney, erne of Alachua f {f

Mr. Arthur Meigs, Jr., who was :, county's successful planters, was Mr. E. 1V. this
Drigger city, r adc On !
Sheriff Denmark arrested Tom bookkeeper for tho Atlantic Lum in the city Friday.Mr. Quotations Promptly App1catill. ffi

Foster, colored, at Lawtey Saturday bcr four hasamrin has the contract for building the ........-.,.."", .-.. .-............" .................. JIfI.,." .,.,.__."' .fIII'. ._.Il!!!' I.1flII'w..c" .,.,.
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.i. Company years ago, Rljmo'udrescott.: one of bridge across Water Oak creek on -. .;. _. .Aa>-- .- ".p.' ''''-. ,. ._._._...... ._.e......;._......_._,._.....-
I' on a charge of carrying concealed returned. Florida and is
: to Sampson City's popular young men, the Staiko and Lawtey road. Mr. .
weapons.' Foster was ice in was in town Friday.Mr. .
running
an cream: parlor
has force of
Driggers a men at
brought to Starke and lodged in Jacksonville. Mr. Meigs'' many Hicks, who has: been wick for J E. W. DBIGGERS z-- ,
the jail work on the bridge and will haveit .
county friends in this city wish him sueces tho past few days, has recovered and .
in few weeks.
'Mr. Jack.. "Wainwright has purchased in hia! new enterprise. is again at his pot. .completed a LIVERY SALE AND FEED STABLES

the Wells on Mr. A. J. We property Rev. J. A. Jiendry has
lately
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Chicago, is visiting! Mr. and Mrs. A. n, ifs has used Chamberlin'sPain
Church and
Street will move therein Mv
received a letter from Rev. Lee, 'Floreus in this city. > ) ST.i\l. IE, FLA.I .-( 1(
lL few days Mr. Wainwright the from Greensboro Balm for rheumatism with

"- will make considerable improvements evangelist Mr. W. W. Anderson, one of Atlauta's great relief, and I recommend'itas .. .
N. C. and who is
now holding prominent business men, was
on the place meetings at Ocala, saying-that he in the city Saturday.Mr. a splendid liniment for rheumatism -I-wiI I i Hake a Specialty of CosyeyiEg TraYellng;< Ken to Points ia tna Country. ,
and other household! use
Nearly) a car load of berries are will be here with his gospel tent !I. Javett, a prosperous planter t
for which we have found it valuahle.W. -
still being shipped from Starke by Saturday apd will open a seriesof from Lake Side'Clay I county, was on J. Reel Creek SECOND-HAND HARNESS AND BUGGIES FOR SALE.

1 every day despite the lateness of meetings on Sunday.Mr. our streets 3'cstcrday.Mis.e Cuyle I __.
N. Y. Mr. Cuyler is one of the
tho sc :on. The returns are not Emma. Tennant and Eta j jending..merchants
Steinecker received a I
of this
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very satisfactory: ,..but the farmers telegram last night that his father. Barnes vjsited friends in U'al.Jo the of the most prominentmen villageand
latter part of last week. one 7
make a little on them. any way. who lives in Pennsylvania, had in this vIcinity-W.G.Phippin All di Oil t x
Mr. Pi. Q. Douglass our hustling! Se'curity
Herald.
Editor Red Creek s
died Mr.
The
merchants! of Starke are suddenly. Steinccker piano salesman made a business trip. For sale by J. L. Gaskins.
and sister: Mies : left to Lake '
continually lucaiving near goodsand Mary todayfor Butler last: week. -I

as lots of goods means lots of Pcnn ylvania.' Their many Mr. Jake Ward, one of
business the merchant ma:.t be doing friends,here sympathize with themin popular young citizens, was in Brad watches or jewelry to repair, and t For Sale By

,"'c;1. Stnrke always was con- :. their bereavement.The I ford's metropolis Friday.Col. want' first class work cheap, should. I ,
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bidered the liveliest: town- ,of its size; next excursion to Burnett's : T. E. Bngg, one of our prominent send them to D. S. Porter, 321 "

in tho Stite. legal lights, made a business tripto Laura Street Jacksonville.' Old Pt
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Like will be run in the day:' time. Savannah, Ga, Saturday 3. F. P. cMurry :

One of our young men came to It will be the occasion for a grand watches made as good as new and :
Mr. Geo. Kosel, our handsome _
; grief last Sunday afternoon while biiiket picnic, and in the evening all work guaranteed. -
young bicycle dealer, trade a trip to
; At the trestle. lie was in the act the dancers will be given an opportunity Like Butler a-wheel Thursday.Mr. O.A.fZJTOa.X.&. :Vr .
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,; :__ of shoving a board into tho water to enjoy themselves. The Bean tale T.e K41d Yoi am Awats; Qof GROCER r
E. S. Dukes! the wideatrakesalesman t. "
i fvh n l tic acc iJently! went in him date has not yet been announcedbut from Jacksonville Bipmre c4. '. ."-".- L.-. .
was .. :' $;'
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self. went home -
The young man among our m..rcbautr811t11ft.by.- i

,the back ''''11'. Saturday Sheriff Denmark ana i Mr.' A. o. .\ k rmim, book keeper Bob Thomas, (colored,) -was: ; tried t'srr XEt:: F_ OEID: : A

., The Victor Cornet Band was to Deputy Sheriff John Bennett. .. ofLawtey for 'the Atisiitic! Lumber Company, in Justice Gardiner's conrt yesterday .>

have in the la its: l iu Bradford's's metropolis San- of
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played Armory ; arrested Bob Thomas and : on 2 charge using profane

but ron account of the deathof Will-} 'Green, charged with fighting day. language. He was put under: lioad One .Gallon- 15cts. .

M tr. Steinejcier's father, the boys at 'Lawtey. The prisoners! were Mr. C. C.:Iv-tskjil, one of Jacksonville's for another appearance at court. Five Gallons 65cts.This .
wide-awake merchants ,
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did not play.: They will play m brought to Starke and lodged in onr'''city in" the Interests of'hls firm IoT&-iaa for rift, Ceut.i.C.raptce I S \ 1

she> Armory" next Friday cvcnin. jail. Both are colored.' Saturday." 1 .Cu=- .b 1:oc4 tobacco pure.h:1tlt tac.L cure AU isatea de:1stt Trcironj. : I, is the Best Oil sold in the city f) /* ii* ***'4 i

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